About LA VOZ

LA VOZ has been the voice of students on the Syracuse University campus for 20 years. In 1991, LA VOZ began as a newsletter affiliate of La L.U.C.H.A. (Latino Undergraduates Creating History in America).  LA VOZ Magazine was created for the purpose of educating and informing the Syracuse University community of issues that surround the Latino community. LA VOZ has since morphed into a magazine that serves the Latino community (not exclusive to this community) on the Syracuse University and the Syracuse community in general. Today, LA VOZ has expanded technologically through Twitter, Facebook, and now our very own blog!
The magazine wants to become more of a success because it did fail to do so in the past.  LA VOZ is working to make its audience more non-Latino friendly. For example, in the past there have been poems and articles published in Spanish, but this year we will be providing translations within the magazine and blog so that everyone may have the opportunity to read the articles.  The issues we are addressing affect not only Latino students, but the entire student body as a whole. LA VOZ has started this blog to bring in an audience throughout the semester as well as advertisers and members of the community. This year the LA VOZ staff includes a marketing and public relations team, so that we are able to spread the message of LA VOZ more efficiently to a broader audience.

Interested in blogging for La Voz? Contact us at lavozmag@gmail.com!